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've had reports that made the news about dogs shot in buffalo, chattanooga, louisiana, police shoot hundreds of dogs in this country every year. the question is should we be providing training about this and how to deal with these dogs? every time you do more training you're talking about more money. but this is not--i'm surprised this particular case has drawn so much attention without seeing the bigger picture. a writer has done a terrific job oon the militarization of the place, disrespecting civil rights. the woman who was arrested for filming the police while standing on the porch of her own home. that's the larger problem. i agree with you and ana, cenk, that the guy was haranguing the cops and behaving in a way that would likely get him in trouble, he had aer right to film what was going on, but the larger question is how often these incidents happen and why? >> cenk: in that case, look, i saw the video. the reason they shot the dog because the dog was jumping towards the cop. it's a rot we'ller. >> i'm not sure they needed to shoot the dog. >> cenk: if i have a rottweiler ju
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